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Action for Healthy Kids 2018-2019 School Grants are now accepting applications (through April 6, 2018). Apply for funding in one of the following areas: School Breakfast Grants Thanks to our school breakfast grants, schools have served more than 58 million new school breakfasts since 2009. Nearly 250 schools will receive grant awards of $2,000 or […]Learn More
Massachusetts Farm to School is seeking a part-time/temporary Policy Research Intern to research existing policy tools used to promote farm to school activity in other states, analyze the applicability of these policies in Massachusetts, and assist with the development of three case studies here in Massachusetts. The Policy Research Intern will collect and analyze […]Learn More
Spring 2018: Harvest of the Month Program Intern Position Summary Massachusetts Farm to School is seeking a part-time intern to support our expanding Harvest of the Month (HOTM) program. This will require the intern to work 10 hours per week (one ½ day in the office, other hours remote). HOTM promotes local foods in schools and […]Learn More
We spoke with Amanda Muniz, Food Service Director at the Chelsea Public Schools, a district with 6300 students and 7 dining areas, about how she’s putting local food on the menu in her cafeterias and promoting her excellent work around the district. Procurement Chelsea Public Schools’ Food Service Director, Amanda Muniz uses a Farmlogix program to get […]Learn More